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accident that is out of -- lanes. cal game 6:00 start at memorial stadium, parking is limit are asking that you stay away from parking on surface streets so please take bar to the cal game your best option to -- take bart to the cal game, your best option to get there. >>> muni asking for the public's help. amy hollyfield joins us live from the van ness station with video that authorities are hoping will lead to an arrest. >> reporter: that's the good news they have surveillance video of this guy. take a look. you don't see a station agent, but you see the man kick at somebody it looks unprovokeed he was not attacked this happen at van ness station. police say the man was mad at the station agent because he wouldn't let him take his bike on the train. >> reaching the platform level the suspect turned around and attacked the agent he punched and kicked him several times and knocked at jen not ground. as soon as station agent stood back up the suspect continued the assault. >> reporter: here's a good look at him, police say probably 25 to 30, about six feet tall, brown hair. this happene
to a big win on tuesday. nobody knows that better than cal penn. we're just getting started on a thursday good morning ladies and gentlemen, i'm captain whitaker. >> there's 102 souls on board. >> let's get em' tucked in we're ready to push. >> current tv knows there are two sides to every story. >> i have no control on my side! >> this is south jet 227, we are in a dive! here we go! brace for impact! >> you saved a lot of lives. << uh! >> denzel washington saving the day. >> he was very worried. >> looks like a cool character. >> he reminds you of. >> sully. >> the guy who landed the plane in the hudson. >> he has to be a hero. >> he definitely a hero, yea. >> now, what if you heard the other side of the story? >> i had a couple beers the night before the flight. >> you had alcohol in your system. that could be life in prison. >> are you hiding something? >> well, there's a darker side to this guy. >> makes it a lot more >> there's more depth there. >> he's not god himself. >> so it makes it much more interesting. >> you saved my mom. >> it's much more intriguing now. >>
advantage of public transportation for yesterday's victory parade. cal train had about 38,000 additional riders and bart set a sick single day record. more than half a million people rode bart yesterday beating the previous record set two years ago at the last world series parade for the giants. this was the 40% increase over a typical wednesday in october. bart officials used every train available to order -- to accommodate the crowds. >> tomorrow night cal will host its first-ever friday night football game at memorial stadium. and the city of berkeley has some advice to fans, better take public transportation. kickoff is at 6:00 p.m. against the washington huskes. several streetsa earned the campus will be closed to traffic as early as 3:00 in the afternoon and officials say yes, saturday's game impacts traffic and tomorrow's game will coincide right with the evening commute and it's going to be dicey. there will be, however, free shuttles running from the bart station and the amtrak station to downtown. >> san francisco had a full house, nash bridges and the streets of san francisco
business expertise. >> yeah. it's interesting, martin, that you mentioned old cal coolidge. a lot of what mitt romney and his running mate paul ryan are talking about in economic policy, if you believe what they're saying at any given moment, would take us back to that era when business and wall street had a free hand and workers had no rights, their bosses were bound to respect. it was the preunion era when you had robber barronsons running ram hant over the rest of the country. mitt romney would return the country to an era when the balance of power was held by very large businesses in wall street and not by their employees. that said, if the economist and michael bloomberg have one thing in common, it's like they know how to do math. mitt romney's promises don't add up because his real business it turns out is marketing. he's microtargeting a message to whatever audience is in front of him at that very moment and then telling the next audience sometimes the opposite. it does depend on whether you believe, look, if he was still the 2003 or the 1990s era romney, bloomberg said he might h
cal crisis has been rehearsed three times. >> yes, thank you. >> we saw with, you know, the bowles-simpson, the president put out the six-page fact sheet, i'm going to toughen the advisory board, i'm going to do this to taxes. he said what he would like to do and he knows what the american people, three out of four want. they want higher taxes on millionaires and billionaires, not for themselves but for social security. they don't want social security or medicare and medicaid to be touched. i don't know where the election is going to go. it's clear what the american people want and it's clear what democrats believe on the issue. this is not magic. >> i think andrew sullivan is the only person who thinks the republicans are going to be more open to a deal if president obama is reelected. look, i think the question that the president has not actually asked the public or asked mitt romney that really is the question is when we are in a recovery like this, we have two options. we can immediately choose to pay back the chinese and wall street, neither of whom are popular right now or we
rate. >> on the first minute charge will be $6.97. each additional minute will be 99 cents plusa.m. cal fees and taxes. >> reporter: it was adjusted to 6.97. but bill nussbaum of a watchdog group says pay phone companies can charge whatever they want because pay phone prices aren't regulated and what's more, sfo gets a big chunk of change. court this contract the airport gets 5 -- according to this contract the airport gets 55% of what they take in more than 332,000 in the past five years. >> it's not our system. it's a third party system. >> reporter: sfo spokesman mike mckarin says they are owned and operated out of danville and they set the rates and he points out there aren't many other options. >> ten years ago we had [ indiscernible ] put pay phones in. now we are lucky to get one bidder. >> reporter: consumers aren't so lucky. complaints and confusion about similar pay phone costs have prompted some airports to remove the phones and others like seattle and portland to put up signs outlining the cost of the card call something that probably won't happen here. >> we don't tell vend
't have any perfect systems any time you have electronic voting system you have cal voting problems. but the ohio system, what i love, we have transparency and a lot of back up systems to make sure that the sort of things that people are wringing their hands about will not the outcome of our election ask we'll have a result whether we get it election night or two weeks from election night. that hommeds the confidence of voters in ohio. >> it is good to know that you are confident of the integrit of the election. what are the issues that will move them for president obama or romney in >> they are going to be economic issues in the main. but the religious arbitrate - electricity - liberty is impacting the category of voters that the president thought he had in his hip pocket. women and blue collar workers and the like. the catholic church going on the offensive to protect religious liberty is a potential force that can change the result in ohio. >> your prediction. romny or obama? >> i think romney will narrowly eck it out. i just hope we know what is going on on november 6th or seven
five to ten feet above normal tide. it's going to come in at an ast nom cal high tide as well. add a rainfall from anywhere from 6 to 12 inches of rain. they are going to have coastal flooding, flooding inland and the wind, there are high wind warnings, we are talking from virginia up to boston and as far west as west virginia. we are talking 60 million people. because of the high winds, we expect massive power outages throughout the area. as it moves on shore, it's going to be long term. it's going to last 72 hours. we are talking people who could be without power for at least ten days. that, as you know, will take it into election day. what will people do if they can't get to the voting booth or the voting booths don't have power? it's going to be a mess over the next 72 hours. david? >> al roker, thank you very much. we'll be watching that. don't forget early voting going on as well. we want to bring in chuck todd. we have our october surprise now. it's hurricane sandy. as we get closer to election day, identify for me the two or three states you think we ought to be focusing on
with that this did not help. >> the no-cal shelter is trying to find homes for hundreds of cats and dogs and with pat abandonment up in record numbers, the main society needs money. >> we need donations of cat litter and of food. >> we have to fundraisers this weekend. for more information, go to our web site. >> i think she should have gone home with that kitty. >> of the hauling cat. >> are we out of the woods weather wise? >> we have some dusty winds and chilly temperatures, but nothing you wouldn't expect in november. >> will we ever see sunshine again? >> yes. sometime next june, maybe? >> i will put money on that. >> around the area today, a cooler than normal start in november. 50 degrees thinks to the remnants of a sandy funneling chilly air in our direction. the average is 62 degrees, so we fell 12 degrees short of that. how about an 86-degree november day. the record low was 29. sandy is way up here in canada but the circulation is impacting the northeastern corner of the nation, drawing the chilly air down. there are weather disturbances tracking south as well. a few showers and sprinkles
contraceptives to keep abortions from needing to happen in the first place. if that happens, they're cal lati clat -- calculating abortion rates could drop 50%. >> is there a generational rift within the church? there's a poll that showed 44% of young evangelicals between the ages of 18 and 29 actually support gay marriage and the numbers among older evangelicals are minuscule. so is there sort of a generational rift between these ivevangelicals that focus on th cultural issues and those that focus on the environmental issues you speak of? >> i think you're right. there are other numbers that bear that out as well. 60% of young evangelicals support more government programs to help poverty. yeah, i think that's exactly what's going on. >> okay, dave schwartz, sorry, we're late on time today but thanks for coming on. up next, krystal tells us why the sandy response makes her proud to be a democrat. are you ready? time to compare plans and see what's new. you don't have to make changes, but it's good to look. maybe you can find better coverage, save money, or both. and check out the preventive b
. >> welcome back. this is from uc-berkeley cal will have their first nationally televised for tonight game of their season. and traffic could be an issue. traffic could always be difficult but we are going to coincide with a friday evening commute. after congested on the roads. sissel will be giving us live updates, later and also we are keeping an eye on the fog this morning. and let us get the latest on the forecast with erica. >> good morning, james we do have locally dense fog as we take a live look from a downtown san francisco. really, not too bad with cloud coverage to contend with. perhaps there could be some areas in the mid- 40s and they could dona sol " it is. cooler than what we've expected-tall " it is a -- aircraft tall " it-- we will see how cool it is this morning. next thursday, we are going to track a 10 percent chance of showers. full details on that but let us take a look at the satellite and radar. this gives us the bigger picture. there is a cool front that is weakening. it is pressing a lot of that cool air into the bay area with that, some of that fog trickling in.
jobs and y checks are things of the past i have a clear and uneconpetitive cal message. >> he has been disaster. the worst president for our economy in our lifetime. he doesn't want a second term. he wants a second chance. because he screwed it up the first time. and you know what stands in his way? you know what is going to stop him? ohio! >> greta: you know who that was. that was former new york city mayor rudy giuliani hitting the campaign trail for governor romney in ohio today. he joins us from cincinnati. nice to see you, mr. mayor. >> nice to see you, greta, how are you? >> very well. before we get to your statements just a second ago and looks like you are not taking any prisoners on that. you were at a rally tonight for the governor. i'm curious who else was there and how many people. did you you get a look at the crowd? >> 30 to 35,000. there for three, three and a half hours in kind of cold weather. didn't bother them at all. just about every republican you can think of was here. john mccain. john kasich the governor, senator portman, senator graham. republicans from all ove
the map of the united states, designed to report the number of elector cal college votes for each state. a quick visual check on the race for you. >> that right there, if you're tuning in. what a difference 60 years can make. now we're appearing in democracy plaza, home of decision 2012 coverage on election night we are expecting thousands of you to gather as the results come in. the iconic skating rink you see it has the map there of the u.s. with state icing over in red or blue as the race will be called by the nbc news decision desk. red and blue banners are going to rise up in front of the building as each campaign climbs toward 270. where else would you want to be on election night than right here? our coverage live in democracy plaza continues after the break. try running four.ning a restaurant is hard, fortunately we've got ink. it gives us 5x the rewards on our internet, phone charges and cable, plus at office supply stores. rewards we put right back into our business. this is the only thing we've ever wanted to do and ink helps us do it. make your mark with ink from chase. ♪
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people this week's cal game could make it harered -- harder to get around on friday night. that's because the golden bears are hosting washington. the school has set up free shuttle buses and the city is encouraging everyone to use public transit on friday to cut down on the number of cars in the area. >>> 7:51. hurricane sandy, still affecting millions of people who are without power because trees fell down and knocked down power lines. well we'll you what it looks -- we'll show you what it looks like when one of those trees go down. this is hayden. that's elizabeth. and that's skyler... and his mom, nancy. they're just a few of the californians who took it on themselves to send you a message about what they need to restore years of cuts to their schools. prop thirty-eight. thirty-eight raises billions in new revenue - bypasses sacramento and sends every k through 12 dollar straight to our local schools... every school. for them. for all of us. vote yes on thirty-eight. >>> uh-ho! look at that. this happened in a backyard on the northshore of long island, new york. luckily, no one was hu
at 1:00 at sprawl plaza. wasn't there something else going at cal? >> football game. could be a big traffic jam tori. this is a first friday football game i can ever remember. and you will see a lot of people going up there. the advice is to take transit to the game. you can take bart and they have shuttles to take you up to memorial stadium. livermore valley we'll start there. it hasn't been that bad for a first day in a long time. we have traffic that looks normal come into livermore. we had a couple bad days the last few on 580 getting into castro valley. this morning at the toll plaza it is backed up for about a 15- 20 minute delay before you get on to the bridge. i also want to mention that traffic on southbound 101 in marin county is getting busy. and we looked at 280 by the way. there are no accidents reported on 280. just a bunch of slow traffic. let's go to steve. >> thank you very much, sal. we have cold conditions for some. not bad for others. mostly clear but fog is really popping up. sonoma county airport and livermore. santa rosa is 42 with fog and a little puff of an
. the "los angeles times" says a gunman opened fire at a halloween party on the university of southern cal university. two people have been detained. hours later they gave the all clear. >>> the "philadelphia inquirer" reports jerry sandusky has been transferred to maximum security prison that houses most of pennsylvania's death row inmates. he's serving a 30 year sentence for child molestation. >> the "wall street journal" reports on a major step towards personalized medicine. they sequenced dna material of more than 1,000 people. they come from 14 population groups in europe, africa, east asia. the project off terrifies closest look yet at differences in human dna. it could help doctors diagnose diseases. >>> and britain's telegaffe ace archaeologists found the oldest pre-historic town. it was found in >>> this national weather report sponsored by sponsored by nectresse. the new 100% natural no calorie sweetener. . >>> one of america's busiest airports was covered with water during superstorm sandy. this morning laguardia airport is re-opening but after some chaos continues worldwide. we
, in some 12 counties and governor mitt romney wrapping up an event in new hampshire and governor gin cal travelling with him. we'll talk to him in a few moments. back to staten island and the storm after the storm. those escaping death now pleading with city officials for food, water, and any help they can get. to anna kooiman on staten island now, anna? >> all right, well, good morning to you, neil. yeah, you mentioned over 169 deaths at least caused by hurricane sandy and 22 of those right here on staten island at least. and as police are saying, those numbers could be going up, as they continue to uncover debris and potentially find more bodies. we're about 300 yards from the ocean or from the water here and i can tell you that there's pretty much not a home in this neighborhood that has not been completely destroyed by hurricane sandy. and residents are hoping for food and for water and for information, now, homeland security secretary janet napolitano did tour the area and promising resources and governor cuomo promising 100 million for relief for the victims of hurricane sandy and
provider. >> recently, a zocalo public square and cal humanities discussed the current state and future state of the news industry, focusing specifically on investigative reporting and collaborative journalism practices. this is about an hour and 25 minutes. >> thank you all very much for being here tonight. thanks to cal humanities for making this possible. the topic is vigilance within democracy.the the topic was inspired by the jefferson quote about the price he prim with the price of freedom andce liberty were, were vigilant. also said, as reported to have said that in given the c choice between government and gm newspapers, doingen without ones the others would prefer to havep newspapers in government did but then he got elected to office and to begin tackling he had misquoted. from that, zocalo said big questions may lot of different perspectives. we have re-different people here -- three people here from different parts of the country, different backgrounds. they're all journalists. they are all people who have looked at a wide variety of topics in their work, and have among the
no a good advocate for new york? >> no. >> yes. >> avia for milk the cow? >> my daughter's cal. >> have you ever seen the anti- fracking documentary? >> no. n o. >> would you support building a nuclear power plant in the district? >> have you received a speeding ticket in the last five years? >> no. >> no. >> [indiscernible] >> agreement -- look at that. it is time now for closing statements. mr. collins will go for spray >> ladies and gentleman, it has been a lively debate. if you want a member of congress who has always worked for government and get a government paycheck and supports barack obama and nancy pelosi posset policies, more taxes, then mrs. hochul is your candidate. if you want a member of congress to spend his life creating jobs in this district, someone who believes in smaller government, personal accountability, fiscal discipline, serving taxpayers and respecting future generations, i respectfully ask for your vote. to go to washington as your member of congress and help restore the promise of the american dream for our children and grandchildren. thank you for tuning in ton
a pretty darn good job -- >> that's not the question. don't try to be lit cal hepolit. >> i'm not. if the mayor believes it's in the best interests of the city to get power back up -- >> let me ask you the question this way. can you name another time that a mayor in the united states of america told the president, stay away? >> not that i know of. not that i know of. >> so you're still without power, right? >> i'm still without power. but i'm told we should expect it back in the next few days. anyway, i just think the city's been well managed. >> oh, sure. he manages it well. >> i trust the mayor. but i do not know of another occasion in which the president has been told that we would prefer you not to come. >> can i just say, i think the mayor does a great job. i do. >> there's a word, i don't think i can use on television. >> about what? >> to describe all of you. weakness, actually. >> what? what are you talking about? >> if you're not in a mayor's shoes, i think it's hard to say yea or nay. i trust the mayor. >> i just have a feeling if this was someone else, you guys would be
turnouts in the country. other stratist cal facts are that we are one of the least tax states in the nation, the least stack state actually. we have no income tax, no sales tax. both the democrat and republican candidates will campaign on that issue pledging that they will not have an income tax or sales tax. our two governor candidates are running on that issue as a matter of fact. host: and talk about the recount laws that are in the state of new hampshire. is it possible that there could be a recount in this state and first of all, what are the rules for that? guest: well, we have specific rules obviously for the state. we have a fine secretary of state who is quite experienced in this. he is the person who has been keeper of the flame, if you will, for the new hampshire primary. we had a famous recount here in the late 1970's with senator john durr kin who recently passed away. frankly i don't see it coming down to that. we'll see what happens on tuesday but i think other states may be more likely to have a recount than new hampshire. host: what about voter i.d. laws, do you have them i
obsta cals that would complicate resolution because the subs would remain open and ormente. -- and operate. but the f.d.i.c. and federal reserve has formed crisis management groups. and under the us pisses for each of the us based companies. and we are the crisis management groups are intended to enhance institution specific planning for possible future resolution and we're engaged in on john meetings and dialogues with those entities. so we're working on a buy lateral basis with foreign supervisors as well and over foreign operations of key u.s. firms. it's interesting because the u.s. companies tend to be very highly concentrated in a relatively small number of key foreign jurisdictions, particularly the united kingdom. in our initial work with the foreign authorities has been encouraging. we've made progress with your u.k. count parts in understanding how resolution would work and how it would be treated under existing u.k. law. and we're examining impedimentes to effect resolutions and we're working on a cooperative basis to overcome those. so in conclusion, dodd-frank
who said i don't believe that reporters are cal. there's a robust pushback on secrecy from many different levels. that does not mean everything gets out, nor should everything get out, but we have institutional structures that are pushing very hard, much harder than when i first got involved with this back in the 90s, and, also, after 9/11. i do see a robust press, a robust advocacy groups, interest groups, plaintiff groups, and whistle blowers ready to come forward to the ig or publicly or to congress, and, also, you have strong advocates of whistle-blowers in congress as well. i'm not saying it's in the perfect spot or that this is an issue that needs to be constantly addressed and subject of the conferences, i believe there's a strong institutional frame work to help transparency, with respect to the inspector generals within the agencies as realm. >> perhaps that's a good note to sum up on so i guess i should make a few comments on what's happened over the course of today. despite marty's challenge, i don't think we solved all of the issues. what i do think is clear is that
, is an hour and 15 minutes. [applause] thank you all very much for being here tonight. thanks to cal humanities for making this possible. the topic is inspired by the jefferson quote about the price of freedom and liberty. jefferson also said, reportedly said, but " given the choice between government and newspapers, without one or the other, he would have preferred to do with that newspapers and government. then he got elected and began to claim he was misquoted. from that, zocalo said big questions may lot of different perspectives. we have re-different people here -- three people here from different parts of the country, different backgrounds. they're all journalists. they are all people who have looked at a wide variety of topics in their work, and have among the topics they have looked at, are the media itself and specifically questions about how we keep a check on power, keep a check on government. you will hear from all three of them. i will introduce each of them as i ask the questions. immediately to my right is bernardo ruiz. his most recent film "reportero," is an incredib
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